Rolling Stone and Harper’s Bazaar both gave their February 2015 covers to the photographer long accused of sexual misconduct. It’s not just a comeback — it’s a statement.
The reinstatement comes after a police investigation found no substantive evidence of the allegations in the story.
Rolling Stone’s editor and publisher said he has asked the Columbia Journalism School to conduct an independent review of its controversial story about a gang rape at the University of Virginia.
To ask him some questions about the two (two!) cars he’s used to express his love for the band.
The co-founder of End Rape on Campus on why the Rolling Stone retraction affects all survivors of sexual assault.
The most recent episode of the HBO series perfectly captures rape culture in the wake of Rolling Stone’s apology for “misplacing trust” in an alleged rape victim at the University of Virginia. WARNING: Spoilers ahead for the Dec. 7 episode of The Newsroom.
A note that initially said the magazine “misplaced” its trust in an alleged gang rape victim was edited Saturday to say the “mistakes are on Rolling Stone.”
As Rolling Stone apologizes for “discrepancies” in its blockbuster campus rape story, BuzzFeed News has confirmed that former Phi Kappa Psi member Christopher Pivik has retained a lawyer who specializes in fighting back against sexual assault accusations.
The magazine issued a note to readers saying there were “discrepancies in Jackie’s account, and we have come to the conclusion that our trust in her was misplaced.” The fraternity has issued a statement claiming there are major inconsistencies in her story.
In an interview with a student-run media organization, Dean Nicole Eramo said the University of Virginia hasn’t expelled a student accused of rape during her tenure, even when individuals have confessed. The school’s handling of sexual assault has been in the spotlight following the publication of a Rolling Stone article last week.
An email from 2011 that appears to be from Patric contains the phrase “Jew motherfuckers.” Take a look.
She just gets better with age.
The pope gets the Bob Dylan treatment.
Plus the most star-studded cemeteries in Hollywood, revisiting the artists from the first Now That’s What I Call Music!, and the Museum of Bad Art.
Yes, she was terrified. And yes, she stuck out her tongue.
Apparently, the boycott by major retailers didn’t work.
The cover has outraged many who see it as glorifying a terrorist. But what does the feature story reveal?
“The survivors of the Boston attacks deserve Rolling Stone cover stories, though I no longer feel that Rolling Stone deserves them.”
And a lot of people aren’t happy about it. “Boston bomber as rock star.”
Hastings, who was a reporter for BuzzFeed and Rolling Stone, died in a car crash early Tuesday. He was 33. Last year, he wrote the following advice “for you and young journalists in general” during a Reddit AMA.
From Janet Jackson and Brad Pitt, to Justin Timberlake and Angelina Jolie, these are the sexy covers that made you forget that this is a music magazine.
Cute or too in-your-face?
Plus Tracy Morgan as another Superman. Excellent.
The president tells Rolling Stone that Paul Ryan should have left Ayn Rand in high school.
Rolling Stone magazine goes behind the music with the president to reveal the true story about that January evening at the Apollo Theater when he made the nation swoon by singing the opening line from Al Green’s classic, “Let’s Stay Together.”
I hope fame doesn’t beat down her ability to say the first thing that comes into her head. Rolling Stone interviewed Lawrence’s “Hunger Games” co-stars with hilarious results.
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